About The Site: Gaming Info and Guides for Gamers

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Me, myself, and I.

Welcome to GamDaft!

Everything is written by a human for humans and fact-checked!

No-nonsense gaming info from a fellow lifelong video game fan – the way your mom used to make it!

Video games have always been a part of my life – through ups and downs. Especially downs! Losing myself in the game world is a great way to take my mind off things when the outside world gets too scary.

I’ve been playing video games since the early 1980s when I saved up and bought a Commodore 64 (the breadbin version) with a tape recorder.

Later I saved up and also purchased the 5ΒΌ” floppy disk drive. Wow, the speed was impressive!

The C64 is a fantastic computer. I spent hours playing games, but I also enjoyed programming simple adventure games in BASIC.

My favorite games on C64 were Commando, Sid Meyer’s Pirates, the Great Giana Sisters, Last Ninja, Bubble Bubble, and OutRun.

Later I got an Amiga 500, where I loved playing games like Sensible Soccer and Shadow of the Beast.

Since those early 8-bit and 16-bit days, I’ve played video games on several PCs and consoles and, of course, also on smartphones.

I also have a keen interest in music and play several instruments.

My big interest in video games and music eventually landed me a job as a lecturer at the University of Copenhagen, where I taught interactive video game audio and music.

I’ve also written content for magazines about everything from the chip music scene to the video game business and interviewed several game developers.

I hope you enjoy reading the content on this site as much as I enjoy creating it. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out.

Cheers, Jan.